Cruising to graduation

Photos by Ben Gagnon

Photos by Ben Gagnon

or pictures of graduating FHS seniors.

The procession began at Flushing Middle School and continued through the Flushing High School parking lot and the Flushing County Park before ending in downtown Flushing. All along the route, seniors waved to loved ones, friends and community members— who showed up in strong numbers to celebrate the Class of 2020.

The graduation cruise was coordinated by Flushing resident Nikki Miller, Flushing Middle School teacher Denise Orrell-Powers and Clio resident Jennifer Trevino.

To see more photos, visit the Flushing View Facebook page. — B.G.

FLUSHING — In lieu of a traditional graduation commencement ceremony, the Flushing High School Class of 2020 received a huge public sendoff and a crosstown parade. On Sunday afternoon, Raider seniors packed into vehicles with families and friends to cruise through Flushing. Over 100 cars took part in the parade, some of which were decorated with streamers, banners and balloons, while others displayed names

FLUSHING — In lieu of a traditional graduation commencement ceremony, the Flushing High School Class of 2020 received a huge public sendoff and a crosstown parade. On Sunday afternoon, Raider seniors packed into vehicles with families and friends to cruise through Flushing. Over 100 cars took part in the parade, some of which were decorated with streamers, banners and balloons, while others displayed names